Written syntax should be somewhat comparable to a child's oral language skills at any particular age. They should be able to write compound sentences using and, but, and or and, as they get older, begin to evidence complex sentences using conjunctions because, if, and then and modifying clauses The girl, who sat next to me, was nice. Morphological skills continue to develop in late elementary and early middle school to incorporate multisyllabic words using Greek and Latin prefixes and suffixes. By middle school, students should use a variety of sentence types and have good control of syntax for clear and fluent writing.
Teaching primary languages This page reflects different aspects of my involvement with primary languages over the past few years. The first section contains materials I have used for primary training and development sessions in the support of primary colleagues in our feeder schools in their planning for teaching languages in their schools.
The second section has some materials that I have written and used with classes since starting to teach Y3 - 6 Spanish in one of our feeder primary schools.
This section is a work in progress and I will add more materials on an ongoing basis. The third section contains materials I made some time ago to support primary teachers in introducing Spanish to their pupils - although these are now some years old, I hope they may still be of some use to teachers, particularly non-specialists as the audio is included.
Finally, there are some miscellaneous resources that I have made and used - these in particular can be used for either Y6 or Y7 so could be useful when thinking about continuity and progression.Creative writing ks2 stimulus. Writing 4 or 5 assessment but interesting objects and challenge children to create either a skit or a character description of the owner.
Great creative oral discussion but also useful for character analysis. Suggested by Jane Knight. Creative Writing Ideas. Here are some resources I use for big writing/creative writing with upper KS2 classes.
Some of them I have created myself, others I have adapted from resources I have found/5(53). Write an Easter letter or thank you note, or tackle some Easter writing in the classroom, with the help of this Easter egg writing paper design. Easter Eggs Writing Paper 3 Two pretty Easter egg designs decorate this lovely Easter writing paper, which comes in three versions.
At KS2, children are required to study Christianity and two other religions: in Years 3 and 4 this will be Christianity and one other religion and in Years 5 and 6 children are required to study Christianity and a .
This section features narrative texts for Upper Key Stage 2 Literacy. Each listing enables you to buy the book directly from Amazon and gives a comprehensive range of links to other supporting and useful material, including lesson plans and reading resources for Key Stage 2 Literacy.
Articles, Documents, Key Stage 2, Online Resources, Poetry. Building formative assessment into planning Download Word version of the document here..
2. Formative Assessment and Talk for Writing Download Word version of the document here The same is true of ideas and resources for teaching Talk for Writing. There are so many brilliant.